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Richard Price

Associate Professor of Accounting

Richard Price

Department: Steed School of Accounting
Program Area
: Market Efficiency, Accounting Conservatism, Financial Reporting Quality, Corporate Governance
Office: Adams Hall Room 201E
Phone: (405) 561-2244
E-mail:  richard.price@ou.edu
Address:   307 West Brooks, Suite 201E
Norman, OK 73019 

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Richard Price is the John F. Y. Stambaugh Professor of Accounting and Associate Professor in the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma. Formerly he was on the faculty at Rice University and Utah State University. He earned his Ph.D. in business administration with an emphasis in accounting from Stanford University in 2005. He also has a master's degree in Statistics from Stanford University (2003) and master's and bachelor's degrees in accounting from Brigham Young University (1999).

Richard's research focuses on market efficiency, accounting conservatism, financial reporting quality, and corporate governance.

Degrees Earned:

  • Ph.D., Business Administration, Stanford University, 2005
  • MS, Statistics, Stanford University, 2003
  • MAcc, Accounting, Brigham Young University, magna cum laude, 1999
  • BS, Accounting, Brigham Young University, magna cum laude, 1999
Accomplishments/Awards:
  • 2015 Teacher of the Year, Utah State University
  • 2014 Faculty Advisor of the year, Utah State University
  • 2012 Graduate Mentor of the Year, Utah State University
  • 2011 Award for Teaching Excellence, Rice University
  • 2008 Award for Teaching Excellence, Rice University
  • 2002-2004 J. M. Olin Summer Research Fellowship, Stanford University
  • 2003 AAA/Deloitte/J. Michael Cook Doctoral Consortium
  • 2000 Jaedicke Merit Award, Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • 1996-1999 Full Tuition Academic Scholarship, Brigham Young University
  • 1996 Employee of the Month, McDonald’s, Wichita, KS
  • 1988 Eagle Scout Award
Publications:
 
“The costs and benefits of long-short investing: a perspective on the market effi-
ciency literature,” with William Beaver and Maureen McNichols, forthcoming at
Journal of Accounting Literature

“Violence, aggression, and ethics: the link between exposure to violence and unethical
behavior,” with Josh Gubler, Skye Herrick, and David Wood, forthcoming
at The Journal of Business Ethics

“Are individual investors influenced by the optimism and credibility of stock spam
recommendations?” with Karen Nelson and Brian Rountree, 2013, Journal of
Business Finance and Accounting

“Do you know what’s in your benchmark?” with Steve Crawford and James
Hansen, 2013, Journal of Portfolio Management

“Cash Flows at Amazon.com,” 2013, Teaching Case published in Issues in Accounting
Education

“Detecting and predicting accounting irregularities: a comparison of commercial
and academic risk measures,” with Nate Sharp and David Wood, 2011, Accounting
Horizons

“The impact of governance reform on performance and transparency,” with Francisco
Roman and Brian Rountree, 2011, Journal of Financial Economics

“The market reaction to Arthur Andersen’s role in the Enron scandal: loss of
reputation or confounding effects?” with Karen Nelson and Brian Rountree, 2008,
Journal of Accounting and Economics

“Delisting returns and their effect on accounting-based market anomalies,” with
William Beaver and Maureen McNichols, 2007, Journal of Accounting and Economics